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NdFeB Square Recovery Treasure Hunting Magnet, Recovery and Salvage Searching Treasure Magnet, Magnetic Six-Side Ring Hole 10mm Hook Fishing Magnet, Stainless Steel Super Strong Block Magnet for fishing, lifting, hanging, retrieving, Neodymium Mounting Magnets China Supplier
NdFeB Square Recovery Treasure Hunting Magnet Feature:
Hole 10mm Size:36*36*16mm
1 pcs * Neodymium Magnet
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1. This magnet is very powerful for their sizes and may pinch your fingers badly;
2. Keep away from Children of all ages.
3. Do not allow magnets to jump together or onto a metal surface, Special care always needs to be taken when handling.
What’s magnet fishing?
Fishing Magnet uses a strong magnet to try and grab ferrous metal objects that are hidden or lost underwater. If you want to try grabbing something lost on the bottom of a lake, pond, or river, a magnet on a rope might do the trick.
What magnets should be used? As mentioned in our product about Mounting Magnets, many of our customers have reported success using strong Mounting Magnets. They are durable, and you can easily tie them onto the end of a rope.
Our recovery magnets are popular, with an eye-hook for attaching a rope or cable. Some of our customers have reported good results using Treasure Salvage magnet screwed together, with the rope/cable/cord tied on the space between them. The idea is that this combination might be more likely to catch onto an object below the water’s surface. Recovery and Salvage Searching Treasure Magnet 250Kg
Like treasure hunting with a metal detector, magnet fishing is not for the impatient. It’s a big lake and a small magnet, so you might not find much very quickly.
We also learned that there’s lots of iron junk on the bottom of a lake! Rusted bits of metal, steel cable, and many rocks that contain iron often stick to the magnets. Periodically, we scraped off iron-bearing dirt and rocks from the magnets. If you’re going magnet fishing, bring a pair of sturdy work gloves to scrape the mess off without cutting yourself on something rusty.